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Tuition Fees and Democracy

Democracy empowers the citizens of a nation. This is a system where every person is treated equally. Generally, democracy refers ...
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The brave voice behind #FeesMustFall – Meet Fasiha

The country with the white beaches, the big five and the majestic Table Mountain. It’s the country we travel to ...
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Student Peace Prize Awarded to South African Civil Rights Activist

The Student Peace Prize 2019 will be awarded to Fasiha Hassan for her non-violent efforts for equal access to higher ...
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Announcing the 11th Student Peace Prize Laureate

You're invited! The 11th laureate will be announced at Wergelandsalen (Litteraturhuset) in Oslo on 9th October at 7:00 pm CEST ...
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Guest post – reflections from Aayat Alqormozi

It was so hard to leave Norway after the enjoyable 22 days. Additionally, it is not easy to choose a ...
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Aayats birthday and horseback riding in Tydal

Hello dear readers! During Aayat’s visit to Trondheim both she and all the volunteers in the Peace Project have had ...
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Aayat Alqormozi in ISFiT 2017

Hello everyone! ISFiT 2017 has just come to and end, and we in the Peace Project have spent many days ...
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Aayat Alqormozi’s visit in Tromsø, Røros and Oslo

Dear readers, here is a new update from us! The main goal for The Peace Project is to follow up ...
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The Student Peace Prize 10th Anniversary

During ISFiT 2017, the Student Peace Prize will be awarded for the tenth time. To mark this historic event, you ...
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The Walk of Peace

On Friday the 17th of February, The Walk of Peace will be lighting up the city of Trondheim once again ...
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Thoughts on the follow-up project in Timor-Leste

Dear beautiful people, Since we arrived back in Norway, we, the Peace Project team has gotten some time to reflect ...
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Guest post – Reflection on the seminar

Hello dear people! As the seminar is over, we have been lucky enough to get a reflection paper on the ...
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Seminar day 5 – Future

Dear all faithful readers (and you new ones) Today was the fifth, and last day of the seminar, and the ...
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Seminar day 4 – Political Engagement

Ola! The topic of the fourth seminar day has been political engagement, with a focus on the type of peaceful ...
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Seminar day 3 – Sustainable development and climate crisis

Hi-ha-hello! Today was the third day of seminar, and the theme of the day was “Sustainable development and climate crisis” ...
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Seminar day 2: Diversity

Yesterday we had our second day of seminar, and this time, we got to borrow a huge room in the ...
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Seminar day 1 – The Student Peace Prize

Bon dias! Today was the day we been looking forward to, dreaded, and waited for, for a long time; the ...
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The Peace Centre

Hi beautiful people! Today we will share some information about the Peace Centre here in Timor-Leste, as part of our ...
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Visit to the Intergrated Guidlines Institute (IMI)

The other day we were so lucky to be invited to visit Integrated Guidelines Institute (IMI) to hear about their ...
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Why Timor-Leste and Antero da Silva?

Hello dear readers of our awesome blog! It is only four days until the seminar starts, and therefore we would ...
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Hello from Timor-Leste

Welcome to the Peace Project’s blog! Here, we will come with a steady flow of posts during our next two ...
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Aayat Alqormozi is awarded the Student Peace Prize 2015

Aayat Alqormozi receives the Student Peace Prize for her strenuously battle for democracy and human rights in Bahrain, according to ...
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Peace Project in Croatia: Prejudice Reduction through Renovation

Just before the beginning of the semester, a small group of volunteers from ISFiT Peace Project travelled to Croatia to ...
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Duško Kostić

The Croatian student Duško Kostić was awarded The Student Peace Prize of 2011 for his work concerning the Roma people’s ...
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Corruption challenges students’ democratic elections in Colombia

The students in Colombia are still struggling their battle for their rights to freedom, democracy and public education. They experience ...
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Follow up seminar with ZINASU

“There are two kinds of ZINASU-members. Those who attended the seminar and those who didn’t”. These are the words of ...
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Former winner of the Student Peace Price take legal action against dictator

Grace Mugabes PhD in Philosophy from the University of Zimbabwe, only months after being accepted in the course, has received ...
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Zimbabwe National Student Union

Zimbabwe National Student Union (ZINASU) was awarded the Student Peace Prize in 2003 for their struggle for student rights and ...
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All Burma Federation of Student Unions and Min Ko Naing

All Burma Federation of Student Unions (ABFSU) and Min Ko Naing were awarded the Student Peace Prize of 2001 for ...
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Oppsummering av Fredsuka 2016

For første gang siden starten av ISFiT i 1990 og Studentenes Fredspris i 1999, har det i år blitt arrangert ...
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Fredsuka 2016

Fredsuka 26.09-01.10 2016 For første gang i Studentenes Fredspris' historie arrangeres Fredsuka! I 2017 deles den tiende Studentenes Fredspris ut, ...
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Offentliggjøring av Studentenes Fredspris 2017

I over et tiår har Studentenes fredspris jobbet for å støtte studenter og studentorganisasjoner over hele verden som gjør et ...
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